An immersive binaural experience developed from the play The White Plague (created in 2017 and performed in UK and Greece) as a response to the health & safety restrictions imposed in theaters during COVID19.
10 years have passed since a fiercely contagious virus spread among a major city’s population, causing a mysterious white blindness and eventually, society’s collapse. Now five survivors come forward to tell a story they were not allowed to share before. A story of unprepared quarantine facilities and dehumanizing circumstances that drive citizens to expose the very brightest and darkest aspects of their human nature. A story of government negligence, police violence and persevering humanity.
This binaural experience places the audience in the middle of the action as a state-of-the-art sound design transports them to every location of the play and inside every character’s head. A starting point to explore social coherence, gender roles and the survival instincts of a society in crisis.
- Sat, October 31 | 8pmMain Stage
Tickets 15 € (9 € students) | Solidarity Ticket (The Absent Neighbor) 30 €
A Ferodo Bridges CIC Production | Written and Directed by Alexander Raptotasios (Greece) | Sound Design by Ross Flight (England) | Filming by Grae Clarke I Dramaturgy by Or Benezra-Segal (Israel) | Associate Producer Sarah Arden (England) | Associate Director Esther Fernández (Spain) | Associate Director Vicky Kyriakoulakou (Greece) | Performed by Vicky Kyriakoulakou (Greece), Alexander Kiffin (England), Samuel Mattioli (Italy), Gil Sutherland (Scotland) and Lilian Tsang (Hong Kong) | Prop and Costume Design by Marie-Cecile Inglesi (Greece) | Stage Managed by Anuska Zaremba-Pike (England/ Poland) | Photo by Nir Segal (Israel)
The White Plague has been developed with the kind support of Arts Council England and Unity Theatre Trust, BIOS – Athens and Greenwich Theatre.